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now, doug schoen and pat caddell, also a fox news contributor and former pollster for jimmy carter. i want to start with these ohio numbers because, because there was also a poll out that said it was tied at 47, and ppp, a democratic-leaning firm, released a poll showing obama up just one point in ohio. do you believe that it's a tied race in ohio, doug? >> i do. i think the fox news poll last week had it three, and i think pat and i both believe that the momentum in the race, the clear momentum is moving to mitt romney, and ohio which is probably both a bellwether and the key to the election, has been moving slowly, but it's moved about five or six points in the last week or so, and bottom line that makes this race dead even with all the momentum in governor romney's direction. megyn: the ppp poll that showed the president up by just one in ohio apparently had a sampling, a democrat sampling advantage of 8%, and earlier it was a democratic advantage of four. so the president is showing, you know, that he's doing worse even with more democrats in the sample in the tate of ohio, pat. w
. >> doug, kelly ann mentioned new hampshire and ohio and iowa and wisconsin. and so, so, obama's barely ahead in some of those state not at 50 percent. that is dangerous for the territory. >> it is and that's why you will see governor that obama is going to raise questions about romney next week because it is very hard if not impossible for him to get 50 percent. he has to discourage the undecided from voting for romney. that is a win for the president if they stay home. he will need tv effort and plus trying to persuade the undecided not to support romney. >> and governor, may i just add the states are significant for another reason. we look through the 2008 pris'm. in the states that we mentioned. obama carried wisconsin, iowa and new hampshire and ohio, certainly . but two short years later. a republican one state wide seat and in the case of wisconsin twov them and in the case of new hampshire. and so super seeding intervening factor is the 2010 election and model the turn out with a hybrid of 2008 and 10 where the issues are the same as in 2010; you are on to something you copele t
, meteorologist maria molina, and doug mcelway on the bach. >> we're tracking sandy, a hushing maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour and some things to note and we've been repeating that sandy from one to the other, expands about 800 miles and we're starting to feel the impacts cross portions of eastern pennsylvania, maryland, down through portions of delaware and mind you. the center of the storm is over 500 miles away from the new york city area, so we have time to go here, about 48 hours of time that we will be feeling the impacts across the the new york city area from sandy through at least early wednesday morning and some heavy rain is still falling across portions of the outer banks of north carolina, eastern parts of virginia and like i just mentioned some of the heavy rain picking up across eastern portions of pennsylvania. something else we're noticing with sandy, the wind is picking up. shy of 40 miles per hour across portions of long island, the new york city area, wind gusts shy of 30 miles per hour and strong winds as well across much of new jersey, atlantic city, seeing one
devastated so many businesses. doug mckelway has the news. live tonight in golf shores, alabama. hey, doug. >> hey, shep. you know, two years since the worst he can logical disaster in u.s. history. the beaches here at gulf shores, alabama are absolutely pristine. the politics of the cleanup are anything but that one local congressman joe bonner saying it's the worst of chicago politics. closed door negotiations are underway in washington between the governor of all the gulf states. the justice department and bp oil to determine just how much bp should be fined. the fines will be huge, up to $20 billion. last june, an expectation of that windfall congress passed what they call the restore act which requires that 80% of that money be dispersed by local officials to compensate not just for he can logical damage but for economic damage, too. >> we were devastated. we were closed for the summer of 2010, which is our year. we are seasonal destination. >> but sources say that justice department negotiators are steering the finds through the national resources damage assessment which would requir
us now we have doug and pat. guys, good to see you. >> good to say you. >> sean: there's the rasmussen swing poll, 50-46. here's the deal. minnesota, a 3-point race, michigan dead even, wisconsin dead even, pennsylvania close, ohio dead even, virginia close. what are we to make of this. >> oregon is moving to. >> sean: oregon is not going too to go with romney. >> i believe florida, north carolina, probably virginia have been con so consolidated for ro. new hampshire, leaning romney, the midwest, moving romney. the big question today is whether the news of the cleanup from the hurricane will be the one advantage that obama has to show him -- to show leadership. >> sean: look. i think the president is doing the right thing, but let's be honest here. it's a week before election. what is he going to do? >> whatever he can. >> whatever he can. with governor christie' governo, literally mhanna from heaven. >> so the guy that does nothing on benghazi. >> excuse me. my favorite. he's not there. he's missing in action. >> where is governor romney? this is the problem. >> nothin
. they hold the key to this election. joining us now we have doug and pat. guys, good to see you. >> good to say you. >> sean: there's the rasmussen swing poll, 50-46. here's the deal. minnesota, a 3-point race, michigan dead even, wisconsin dead even, pennsylvania close, ohio dead even, virginia close. what are we to make of this. >> oregon is moving to. >> sean: oregon is not going too to go with romney. >> i believe florida, north carolina, probably virginia have been con so consolidated for ro. new hampshire, leaning romney, the midwest, moving romney. the big question today is whether the news of the cleanup from the hurricane will be the one advantage that obama has to show him -- to show leadership. >> sean: look. i think the president is doing the right thing, but let's be honest here. it's a week before election. what is he going to do? >> whatever he can. >> whatever he can. with governor christie' governo, literally mhanna from heaven. >> so the guy that does nothing on benghazi. >> excuse me. my favorite. he's not there. he's missing in action. >> where is governor romney? thi
the u.s. ambassador there. doug luzader is live. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the state department dropped something of a bombshell saying that they never thought that this attack on the u.s. consulate was part of a spontaneous protest. with the investigation into what happened at this compound in libya underway, there is now a clear rift between president obama and the u.s. state department. while many blamed the protests and discounted the idea that terrorists killed chris stevens, it's unclear what she was basing that on. the u.s. state department, that was not them. according to one official, that was not our conclusion. this as congress gets ready for some explosive hearings. >> what the state department bureaucracy distances itself from the liberal white house, you know the white house has a big problem. >> reporter: the white house denies there was a coverup. beyond that, more questions about security at the u.s. compound with documents showing well over 200 security-related incidents in the past 14 months. they will ask why the state department ignored some signs
for round two of the presidential debate. >> we are live in washington with more. good morning, doug. >> good morning, guys. this one will be different. remember the firs debate two weeks ago. the ex pecpectation going into . this time around there has been a shift. kierding to this poll president obama 41 percent think he will win, 37 percent think mitt romney will win. a prit see even split there. they are putting it on the debate in new york along with the seating for the town hall participants. president obama and mitt romney has been largely off the campaign trail preparing running through one mock debate after another. and the town hall format tonight could make a difference as well with questions coming from uncommitted voters. >> for challenger romney what's at stake is the strong performance he made last time and keep the momentum he has going now. the momentum is swinging in romney's way for obama it's a chance to regain the momentum. >> a lot of that will depend on the questions tonight. who is going to ask the questions? a group of undecided voters that are all selected b
, president obama and governor romney face-to-face for the last time before america votes. doug schoen, ed rollins, their last-minute counsel. in the polls show a tight race going into the final two weeks. the gallup poll shows governor romney with a big lead over the president. is gallup on the mark? gallup editor in chief with the answers. is he something more than a fundraiser, something more than an international businessman? is he truly an agent of influence for the chinese government? on the company phone list that. you see us bank on busier highways. on once empty fields. everyday you see all the ways all of us at us bank are helping grow our economy. lending more so companies and communities can expand, grow stronger and geba to work. everyday you see all of us serving you, around the country, around the corner. us bank. music is a univers language. but when i was in an accident... i was worried the health care system spoke a language all its own with unitedhealthcare, i got help that fit my life. information on my phone. connection to doctors who get where i'm from. and tools to e
terror attack. doug laders i washington. >>> the state department last night dropped a bombshell saying they never thought what happened at the compound in libya was part of a spontaneous protest. theionnt whe e seeing is a white house. protd i mmm.ationsirst s snss not clear what if anything she was basing that on. the state department said it wasn't them. according to one official that was not our conclusion. iscosssdyor intoday. >> the thought that it was caused by a video never wouldn't stood scrutiny. i think the hearing will be damaging thiouenth is the fbi investigation continues. >>> looking at the attacks the reason for people in congress being mindful of theact there's ongoing investigation foenvestigation. >>> beyond all that there will be questions about the security at the compound and whether there were warning signs that should have prompted the state depament bfingpecit il th h bonfencal about this last night. they did not invite fox to be a part of that with other members of theedia something the state department later apologized for. royarat i toe aok ahos another talk
the house over site committee will hold a hearing on the benghazi terror attack. doug luzader is live in washington. >>> the state department last night dropped a bombshell saying they never thought what happened at the compound in libya was part of a spontaneous protest. the investigation is continuing. what we are seeing is a white house. the united nations first protested an anti muslim film. chris stevens is not clear what if anything she was basing that on. the state department said it wasn't them. according to one official that was not our conclusion. h this as congress gets ready for hearings today. >> the thought that it was caused by a video never wouldn't stood scrutiny. i think the hearing will be damaging damaging. >> the white house denies there was a cover up. this and the fbi investigation continues. >>> looking at the attacks the reason for people in congress being mindful of the fact there's ongoing investigation and not reveal anything that might compromise our law enforcement investigation. >>> beyond all that there will be questions about the security at the compou
are flying about the impact the deal could have on the presidential election. doug has the story from gulf shore, alabama. two years since the worst ecological disaster the beaches are pristeen but the pol tibs are not. >> chicago style politics at its worst. >> closed doors negotiations are underway. between the governors and the justice department to determine how much bp will be fined. it will be four billion to 20 billion dollars. last june, congress passed the restore act and requires that it will be allotted by the local officials. >> we were closed for the summer of 20 thereto 10. it is our year. we are a seasonal destination. >> we came off a building bubble. and hurricane and financial crisis and we were broke. >> and sources close to the talks tell fox news that justice department negotiators are ignoring the restore act and will want to steer it through the natural resources damage estimate that require federal and not local officials to pass out the money and limit to only repairing ecological damage and not economic. >> the state that stands to be a big winner is state of flor
put on a facebook post entitled obama's shuck and jive ends with emek lies. a doug wheysle is a dog whistle. >> it has a connection. not necessarily bad in all connections. is is slang and doesn't mean evil. to throw it as the president is an ethnic shot. >> sean: that was chris matthews playing the race card. chris, you have you explaining to do. look at the friends over media research dug up from you in 2010. >> you are not from the rolling stone but you are from msnbc. what has been it been liked a you shuck and jive hanging out with the men and women in uniform reporting living their lives ever relationship day how is the reaction to you, rachel maddow. >> joining me is jaksche and david webb. >> shuckandjiveisagreatcajun bar in dallas. >> get me the code words. >> an insult even to the left wing because he lies so far out of the norm it is is not even funny. by the way, let's wait for the chris matthews outrage because obama had to show voter i.d. to vote in chicago. isn't that racist. >> had to show it to get into the dnc convention. >> what is your reaction? >> there is a rac
. doug mckelway is live at the white house with more on this. doug, we actually had a reporter from new hampshire this week say he really saw happen in the state of new hampshire. democrats really focusing on social issues. how is this turn working for the obama campaign? >> reporter: well, jenna, face it, the number one issue facing americans is the economy, but that is an issue upon which the president is very, very vulnerable. that is the reason, many analysts say, that the obama campaign is now turning to these social issues, and key among them, of course, is the so-called war on women. a linchpin of the so of called war on women is the right to abortion. it's one of the reasons that at that campaign rally at george may john university in suburban virginia, he has chosen to introduce him cecile richards of planned parenthood, and it is no coincidence she is also being featured in a new web ad released by the campaign today. here's a little bit of that. >> since day one president obama has stood with women. the very first bill he signed was the lily ledbetter fair pay act allowing us
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for 2013 once again. that's the big concern. we spoke with the ceo, doug observ observ observ observer hom. when you start looking at what's happening in the rest of -- in europe, that's the biggest concern. he does say that europe -- the u.s. is going to be okay. china is going to be okay. europe is still the big problem zone. and he pointed out that if we go over the fiscal cliff, well, then all bets are off. so we're hoping for some sort of solution to that. in the meantime, it's wait and see for the election, wait and see for the january fiscal cliff, as well. >> all right. becky quick, thank you much. >>> next, from iran to libya, to cuba, taking a deep dive into the foreign policy plate. "the daily rundown" will be back in 30 seconds. >>> now a deep divinto the foreign affairs challenges. we begin with iran. the white house this weekend denied reports that the u.s. has agreed to engage in one-on-one nuclear talks. this issue could galvanize republicans, as well as jewish voters fearful of the fallout from israel. the jewish voters are a key constituency here in florida. for them, thi
agree with caterpillar ceo that it's rhetoric around china? >> well, doug is a great partner of ours and we work together very closely. i do agree with what he says. this opportunity that our country and the opportunity has to benefit from global growth and it's being led by china now is critically important. i understand the need to deal with china so that free trade is also fair trade but i think it's really important that we find ways to work together to deal with the issues that we're facing. >> what do you think in terms of the economics? the landscape right now. i know this has been an engine of growth for your business and engine of growth for the world. we know there's a slowdown. what do you see on the ground from business today? >> there's a slowdown. chinese government took steps last year to reign in inflation and that appears to be having the desired effect. china continues to consume copper in infrastructure projects and they're taking steps to stimulate their economy and we're successful in replacing our copper concentrates and other products into china and we're very
: where is she and who is she impacting? ana is in long island, new york. and doug is in delaware and folks news meterologist maria molina in the weather center. >> brian: first of will be mar yampt you have the latest on the torm track and where is it headed. >> sandy is category one hurricane and bit stronger than yesterday. it is forecast to continue to strengthen and with maximum suspain -- sustained winds. it is it a large storm system. we'll not just talk about where the center will move. sandy spans 800 miles and so it has a little bit of everything. it has hurricane characteristics and making a transition to northeastern type storm. snowfall falling over the west virginia virge and significant snowfall will be falling. two-three feet. and factor that in with strong wind blizzard conditions are expected. that is in west virginia virge through wednesday morning and very heavy rain in the dc/baltimore area. that is it rates half an inch per hour. that is a bull's eye. the rain will continue today, tonight and even as tuesday and wednesday . many of you will see accumulation o
magazine and historian doug brinkly he thinks governor romney is a "bser" but he's keeping it clean on the trail. >> he's hoping that you come down with a case of what we call romnesia. >> reporter: and picking up his pace. >> just got to keep on keeping on. until every single person out there who needs to vote is going to go vote. >> reporter: hopscotching from florida to virginia, hometown chicago and ohio. strategies are three. one, turnout the early vote. which their ground operation can move and measure. this new memo from chicago says they think they're winning in firewall, ohio. >> it's up to the young people here to choose the future that you believe in, that you want to see. >> reporter: boost turnout among voting groups already leaning to the president, youth, latinos, union workers. three, woo undecided women including with this new ad. >> and it would be my preference that they reverse row v. wade. >> hopefully reverse row v. wade. >> reporter: and as for that endorsement from general powell, the president said he was grateful and appreciative of it. he had no advance no
the serbs said wait a minute, are your meetings constantly infiltrated by mubarak's doug's? are they on the street corner right before you get there? the egyptian said yes, yes. that's because you run your movement like the democratic uprising. it's actually a nonviolent guerrilla movement. he said military. to succeed in predator regime come you have to approach it almost like a military operation, just about guns. i should say the bred away, right there in the name has to be nonviolent. it's not because they're pacifists. this is a numbers game here between 1,902,005, does uprisings that were violent, 60 to 25% of the time, nonviolent uprising, 60 to make 75% of the time. >> you have what could be seen as the misfortune or great fortune of having your book come out when the story you're writing about was very much in a fluid situation unfolding at the time. it's a good situation for the book because it brought attention. on the other hand come a step to keep track of a moving target. a lot has been happening since you finish the book. you wrote in the book today, egypt
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